More good points raised.
But seriously, stop wearing sandals and .. dress more like the guys that attend your school, if that's what you really care about
I like being different, but I don't want to be seen as gay. I dress this way because it's what I want to do and no one influences that decision. I don't want to walk around with a pair of torn-up jeans and a Polo shirt 2 sizes too small, that just doesn't seem right. I can see the sandal point though. I've always gone for a more beachy look, and the sandals have done the job fine.
in a very Clint Eastwood/Steve McQueen/Charles Bronson tough guy, non-gay kinda way.
Is Chuck Norris acceptable?
maybe you *are* gay?
Thought about that too and I can't imagine being with a guy. It wouldn't work for me.